At the trials, Gay -- now a veteran at 30 years old and still without an Olympic medal -- qualified after a mere six weeks of training. Yet the harsh reality for Gay is that he must race in the fiercest era of sprinting history.
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By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Usain Bolt, already the world's fastest man, could lop another 0.18 seconds off his 100 meter sprint...
Like Bolt, Bob Hayes blazed through the dash leaving his competitors in the dust. Unlike Bolt, who started celebrating before he even finished the race, Hayes was amazingly humble.
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